pointed out that the first-day routine of handing out a syllabus, taking attendance, and allowing students to leave early may be miseducative
because it does not model the kind of interaction and exchange between teacher and students that promotes the creation of a learning community.
B is for burqa, C is for censorship: The miseducative
effects of censoring Muslim girls and women's sartorial discourse.
He stated, "the theory provides a template for organizing analysis of when service-learning is miseducative
(con) or educative (pro), and the theory can be a guide for the design of better service-learning classes" (p.
For Dewey (1938/1997), educative experiences, as opposed to those miseducative
experiences, align the interaction between what one thinks (internal) is right and what one does (external) that is right.
Any experience is miseducative
that has the effect of arresting or distorting growth of further experience.
The researchers concluded that inconsistent goals, methods, and evaluation criteria for oral examinations may be placing students at unnecessary risk for assessment bias and a miseducative
Montessori conceived her casa dei bambini in response to children living in the demoralizing, miseducative
squalor of an urban tenement district, Rome's San Lorenzo Quarter, whose horrors she describes at some length, much as Waters has described those at Berkeley's King School before its transformation by ESY.
s article raises at the beginning of the Issue and expanding the platform of critique around how key constructs in the field, such as "culture" (and the often conflated concept of "race") as well as "identity" and "difference" are often used in miseducative
It should be stressed that value-added measurement of teachers not only neglects the ontological side of teaching but, by escalating the stakes attached to high-stakes testing, will also likely exacerbate the miseducative
effects of high-stakes testing by compelling teachers to resort to desperate means to boost their students' scores to save their jobs (Madaus, Russell, & Higgins, 2009).
She then discusses populations that have been excluded from education, including women, minorities, and animals, and examines implications such as how education shapes individuals and cultures, that culture is curriculum, and that cultures and educational agents can be miseducative
as well as educative.
What this research finds is that most students in most courses are provided with miseducative
forms of socialization towards cultural diversity.
But Dewey (1938) noted that not all experiences lead to understanding and growth, "Any experience is miseducative
that has the effects of arresting or distorting the growth of further experience" (p.